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Activate Raleigh 2018 - 9/11 Day of Service

Red Hat Amphitheater
Red Hat Amphitheater & throughout Raleigh Tuesday, September 11th all Day, Evening Commemoration at 6pm. Free.

Join fellow citizens on Tuesday, September 11 at 6 PM the Red Hat Amphitheater for the 9/11 Day of Service Evening Commemoration coordinated by Activate Good with support from the City of Raleigh and Triangle area businesses.

Participate in hands-on, family-friendly service projects, enjoy refreshments and live music from Heads Up Penny, Kaylin Roberson, and The Raleigh Boychoir, and hear words from local community leaders and Activate Good to wrap up this seventh annual community-wide day of service. There is no cost to attend this event, but guests are asks to bring a non-perishable food item to help "fill-the-truck" for the Urban Ministries of Wake County food pantry (see the full list of needs here)! 

Service Project Line-Up at the Evening Commemoration

  1. Donate healthy food and sort / package food to fill the truck for Urban Ministries of Wake County
  2. Assemble flu kits with Urban Ministries of Wake County
  3. Assemble laundry kits with Urban Ministries of Wake County
  4. Write letters to the troops 
  5. Sort clothing for kids in need with Note in the Pocket
  6. Assemble skin cancer awareness kits with Polka Dot Mama Melanoma Foundation
  7. Make Cards for Seniors with Meals on Wheels
  8. Make baffles, seed ball kits, and cards for families moving into their new homes with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County
  9. Assemble literacy kits with Helps Education Fund
  10. Hygiene kits for folks in need
  11. Create blankets for kids in the hospital 
 
Parking

Guests are welcome to park in one of the multiple parking decks near the Red Hat Amphitheater. Please be advised that some parking decks may cost money. For a map / list of all of the parking decks, check out this link: http://www.redhatamphitheater.com/directions

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